Ser Vs. Estar

“To be or not to be? That is the question.” I know very few lines from Shakespeare. But it’s no surprise to me that one of the few I do know, contains the verb “to be” twice. You see, I consider “to be” to be the mother of all verbs. I’d bet a lot of money that “to be” is the most frequently used verb in English and in Spanish. Anytime you say “is” “am” “are” “was” or “were”, you’re actually saying a conjugated form of “to be”. But here’s the thing. In Spanish, they have two different “to be’s”. Free Practice Resources: Download the Word List for this video Ser Vs. Estar Practice Worksheet Ser Vs. Estar Answer Key Related Videos: The Infinitive & Conjugation The Flashcard Strategy Subject Pronouns (Personal Pronouns) Pronunciation Doesn’t Matter